Where the Fire on the Altar shall Never go out… Lev. 6:13

The Tabernacle of David


The Holy Spirit is orchestrating a global prayer strategy in these last days that will far eclipse any other prayer movement in Church history. Jesus is not coming back to a prayer-less Church, but rather to one enjoying mature Bridal partnership with Him in intercession for the great harvest. The Church will complete the Great Commission, reaching to all 262 nations in the power of the Holy Spirit (Matt. 24:14).
There are three primary aspects to the Great Commission; preaching, mercy deeds, and prayer. Historically, the prayer side of the Great Commission has been neglected. This in turn has hindered effectiveness in our preaching. However, this will change.


Isaiah prophesied a new prayer paradigm characterized by ‘joy’. The Lord promised, “I will make you joyful in My house of prayer” (Isaiah 56:7). The Church will be surprised by joy. God will fill the Church with enjoyable prayer that is refreshing and invigorating because of deep “partnership” in prayer with the Eternal Intercessor who is our Bridegroom God. If prayer is not enjoyable, it will not be sustained 24 hours a day. Historically, prayer has been hard and therefore greatly neglected.


The global prayer movement will operate in the spirit of the Tabernacle of David. King David built a special tabernacle in Jerusalem to house the Ark of the Covenant (1 Chr. 15:1; 16:1). David organized 4,000 musicians and 288 singers to minister to God before the Ark in shifts that continued 24 hours a day (1 Chr. 6:31-33; 15:16-22; 23:4-6). In fact, David financially released them to worship and pray as their full-time occupation (1 Chr. 9:33; 25:7). Skillful singers who sang the Song of the Lord before the Ark of God became the norm (1 Chr. 25:1, 7; 2 Chr. 29:27). [For more see 1 Chr. 13; 15-16; 23; 25; 2 Chr. 29; and Nehemiah 12.]

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